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My wife & I made a reservation for two days after Christmas and drove two hours from home to celebrate the holidays at we what consider one of the very best restaurants, coast to coast, and were rewarded with a special evening. We began as...More
My wife and I loved our dinner there. We got an early reservation so were able to have the fixed price menu, this allowed us to eat there on a "budget." We ordered a cheese board that was delicious. The first course the shrimp was...More
Epic provided one of the best meals i have ever had. We chose from the pre fixe menu. There were ample selections and 3 of the 4 in our party chose something different. Each appetizer, entree, and dessert was amazing. The service was spot on....More
We so looked forward to our dinner at Epic. On arrival we were wowed by the understated elegance of the interior. Quite lovely! We’d seen the menu online so had an idea of what to expect. We were served an amuse bouche that was delightful!...More
Although the atmosphere is wonderful - posh interior, quiet dining venue - and the service is impeccable, the food was, unfortunately, very disappointing. The crab cake was too mealy with little crab - please eat a crab cake at Phillips in Baltimore inner harbor to...More
'Epic' is no misnomer.
It has been ages since I had a meal such as this.
My colleagues and I were so involved with the cuisine that only chit-chat was allowed.
I will only comment with regard to my fare.
I 'appetized' with Study of...More
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Epic offers vegan and vegetarian meals. If you call to make a reservation, just tell them if you are a vegan or vegetarian and if you have any other dietary restrictions or allergies, they ask you that on the phone when you... More
Epic offers vegan and vegetarian meals. If you call to make a reservation, just tell them if you are a vegan or vegetarian and if you have any other dietary restrictions or allergies, they ask you that on the phone when you call as well. They are able to make anything gluten free as well, as long as you let them know! Next to the meals on the menu it will have a V or a G meaning vegetarian or gluten free, and if it doesn't have that marker then just ask and I know they can make it however you would like. The menu is changed every day and if you were to ask for something that wasn't on the menu, I know the chef wouldn't mind making you what you like as long as you're happy.
There is a dress code- business casual. Jeans are allowed as long as they don't have rips or holes in them, and guys should wear pants not shorts. Gym clothes, tshirts and sweatpants are obviously not allowed. Think about if you are going to a country club, you wouldn't wear ripped pants and tennis shoes, most country clubs don't even allow you to wear jeans and most require you to wear a jacket for dinner. At epic you don't have to wear a tie or a jacket, just as long as men are wearing a collared shirt, you are good. Normal attire for men- pants, collard shirts, and nicer shoes (preferably no flip flops or tennis shoes). Women have more of a range of clothing options like dresses and dress pants and even jeans. The only people that I've seen sent away were men because they didn't bother to look more presentable than the woman they were with. You go here to have a nice evening and to get a little dressed up, if you're not willing to put forth a tiny bit of effort in what you're wearing then don't go, it's just that simple. Overall, just don't wear a tshirt, shorts, tennis shoes or flip flops and you're golden.